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Old 08-11-17, 04:19 PM
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Creative Assembly reveals Total War: Rome II's new Empire Divided DLC

This DLC is for a game that is over four years old.



Read more on Total War: Rome II's upcoming Empire Divided DLC.

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Old 08-11-17, 05:10 PM
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As pretty much everyone expected Rome 2 and 3rd Century Crisis. I'm actually pretty excited to find out more about the free update content probably moreso than the dlc
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Old 08-11-17, 05:25 PM
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As pretty much everyone expected Rome 2 and 3rd Century Crisis. I'm actually pretty excited to find out more about the free update content probably moreso than the dlc
Yeah, but at least it is a good setting. I personally prefer the early-modern era games like Empire and Napoleon, though I still like the others. (Fall of the Samurai is my all-time favourite)

It is nice that some of the content is coming as a free update, though I am still yet to finish my Warhammer II campaigns. Too much Total War!! (not something I ever expected to say)
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Yeah it's a lot of TW. I have no time for games anymore and all these TW titles coming out is just making a massive backlog of games to get to!

Hope the graphics are improved. I tried playing R2 recently over summer and the graphics did not age that well imo
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Yeah it's a lot of TW. I have no time for games anymore and all these TW titles coming out is just making a massive backlog of games to get to!

Hope the graphics are improved. I tried playing R2 recently over summer and the graphics did not age that well imo
Haha, try playing Empire now. I remember upgrading my PC to play that. While people don't necessarily notice graphical improvements moving forward, moving back does make things clear.

For example. Those who say that COD's graphics have not improved has either not looked at the new games or have not played World at War or the original COD 4 in a while.
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Watched some of the stream and YT videos on the FLC update. No graphics as far as I can tell. But they did do small UI changes. Better than nothing I suppose. Diplomacy finally looks like it will actually mean something since it's now going to be tied to politics
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